FAQs addressing various aspects of the Working Time Regulations
1998 and issues arising from disciplinary procedures were popular during July 2012.
Employers also made use of the content in the XpertHR FAQs section on preparing for the Olympics.
- If an employee works for six hours a day is he or she entitled to a rest break?
- Can documentation relating to disciplinary warnings be retained after the warnings have expired?
- What is the minimum amount of rest an adult worker must be allowed?
- Is it permissible for an employer to state in a job advert that applicants must hold a full driving licence?
- How should employers deal with employees who spend work time following the Olympic Games on the internet?
- Where an employee has two jobs which employer is responsible for ensuring that the employee's total weekly hours do not exceed the working time limits?
- Can employees be required to work from home if the transport system is disrupted because of the Olympic Games?
- Can an employee take on paid work during her maternity leave?
- Are promises made during the interview legally binding?
- What is the minimum statutory provision for paid holiday?